Portland Grid Project
The photographers of the Portland Grid Project use a map of Portland divided into grids a mile and a half square. Each month members independently photograph an assigned grid using a variety of films, cameras, and individual formats. At the end of the month everyone meets to look at each other’s photographs. The result is a unique portrait of Portland with its landforms, buildings, waterways, industrial areas, and parks portrayed in different seasons and times of day. Here are some samples of my work made during my time on the project. Visit portlandgridproject.com to see the full map and photographs.